What should I do to get my BA? Please give me your opinion.?

Ok, so this is my problem. I have associates in computer science from my community college. I transferred to UCONN. They accepted all my credits, but only like 9 credit hours will count towards my degree. So I basically had to start all over. I am in the middle of my 2nd semester at UCONN but I think I want to transfer out. Why? I work full time in my desired field already - 3 years. When I am done with my degree it will be 6 Years. This is what I am thinking. I could either 1 transfer to a crappy online school (whoever takes the most of my credits like UoP) get a BA and then return to UCONN for my masters. I was also thinking that I could try and get into an online program like Florida states so my BA is at least respected. My questions are one for schools like Florida State. How do I find out what credits are going to transfer before going through the whole application process? How can I check out all the respectable online colleges at once (my credit status)? Two - should I worry about where I am getting my BA from (especially if I get my masters somewhere better), or should I just get my BA as fast I can and not waste any time. By the time I get my BA I will have at least more than 5 years of experience and be titled for my desired position. I want to do an online school because I had to move to a weekend shift (job) to continue my education, so now my education is affecting my career negatively. I am getting very annoyed at UCONN because I could be learning more if I was not going to school. I have to take all the basic classes over again, all the classes that don’t matter to me, and it is burning me out. I could have been using this time to focus on the specifics that would actually further my ability to succeed. I don’t know. What would you do? What should I do? Should I stick it out at UCONN? I would so much rather do online classes…

Asked By: nex - 10/8/2008
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There are four colleges that will generally be very generous with transfer credit and have exceptionally flexible degree requirements. You might want to consider if one of these meets your needs. In distance learning circles they are known as "the Big Three plus 1... More
Answered By: CoachT - 10/8/2008
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The easiest method to find out info is to contact a student. You can find some contact information for Florida colleges here. The students always to know what's up since they get to experience the classes and the lifestyle.
Answered By: Penni R - 10/10/2008
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